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Hi Everyone. New to this site but old to prospecting. Great site! Still working full time so I can't post a lot but sure do appreciate the great detector advice here. I am a long time placer prospector so can help with panning and sluicing more than metal detecting.

Larry AKA Sir Pansallot

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Welcome Sir P.

We are glad to have your experience with us, and are sure that we can learn something from you.

Where are you from and what equipment do you use?

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Welcome, Sir Pansallot!  Lots of areas of interest here to cover all treasure hunting bases.  Your expertise will be appreciated.

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Hello Larry,

Welcome to the forum! We can always use new experienced people on the forum! I know your still busy, but try to drop in and visit often! Lots of information here! 👍👍

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